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Published: 22 Oct 2012

INTERNET SECURITY FaceTime Internet Security Edition REVIEWED BY SANDRA KAY MILLER FaceTime Communications Price: Starts at $7,125 @exb @exe FaceTime's Internet Security Edition tackles the greynet challenge of sifting Web traffic to differentiate between legitimate and unauthorized use of real-time communications applications such as instant messaging, Web browsing and VoIP. The combination of RTGuardian (RTG), a hardened Linux rack-mounted inline appliance, and Greynet Enterprise Manager (GEM), a Windows-based server, delivers security at the perimeter and endpoint by identifying malware, spyware, adware and unauthorized traffic. Configuration/Management B   Despite well-written documentation, setup took extensive preparation and knowledge of Active Directory and domain credentials. RTG enforces policies and ties into GEM, which provides centralized management and reporting through a secure Web interface. GEM automatically discovers endpoints by querying the primary domain controller. Administrators can also specify a range of IP addresses and discover ... Access >>>

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